To "shut the fuck up." We are driving on a trip. I get very upset as a passenger because my exhusband tried to kill us in a car and I get very nervous. He doesn't understand. He drives local for a living and I know he is very safe but I still get nervous. So I asked him last night if I could drive and he led me to believe the answer was yes. This morning he made me get in the passenger side. So we are driving and I see far ahead the cars braking ahead so I said "honey, the cars are slowing down ahead." That is when he yelled at me. This has never happened before. Then he said "you have a control issue and you need help." Not really a question. Just upset.
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Answer by chgomom at 10:51 AM on Jun. 26, 2011
We don't swear in our house and I consider the phrase "shut up" to be just as bad and its never used by anyone period.
That said if he's never talked to you this way before I'd let it go, my DH and I only have disagreements while we're driving, its hard to be the passenger because you don't know if the driver saw something you did. We both irritate the other when we are the passenger, we just consider part of the drive now it's going to happen.
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